Author: Jeremy

Jeremy was first introduced to anime with heavily edited versions of Mazinger Z (aka Tranzor Z in the US), GoLion (aka Voltron) and Macross (aka Robotech) while growing up in the 1980's. Since then his tastes have evolved into a fairly eclectic mix of anime with a soft-spot for underdog shonen stories, psychological/cyber-punk stories and select love comedies. Jeremy was also the head organizer of Anime Souffle anime club in Los Angeles. It was at an Anime Souffle meeting where he met Michael Huang and eventually was invited to join as a guest co-host for Scattered Cells Podcast episode #6 in February of 2007. Afterwards he became an official part of the Anime Diet crew.
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KAF’s “My Voice” Video : A Mondo Grosso Collaboration

The Legacy of the Suite Series continues KAF’s “My Voice” marks a revolutionary moment in the artist’s ongoing journey to redefine the boundaries between virtual…

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Yoshiki in front of the Chinese Theater in Hollywood
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YOSHIKI Set to Make His Mark in Hollywood

Yoshiki set to be honored at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood.

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Perfect Blue: Finding Identity 25 Years Later

Few anime directors have left as indelible a mark as Satoshi Kon. His debut directorial work, “Perfect Blue,” continues to captivate audiences over two decades…

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The Boy and the Heron New Trailer & US Release

US Release Date and Teaser Trailer Drop In the realm of cinema, an extraordinary journey awaits as acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki brings his Japanese animated…

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Gacharic Spin: A Transformative Experience at Anime Matsuri 2023

With a familiarity in the realm of brilliant J-Rock performances, I recognize that each show brings its own set of challenges and distinct charm. However,…

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My Hero Academia: Two Heroes at AX2018

Familiar U.A. students had a chance to shine again in this My Hero Academia animated film. With an energizing soundtrack, visually pleasing and exhilarating fight sequences along with well-acted character voices, the movie was a solid and fun ride for the returning MHA fan. Live audience participation made the movie that much sweeter, as anyone who has been at a premiere with hundreds of screaming fans can attest. However, the pacing during the first half of the movie was slow and the overall storyline was not inventive.

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